Mexico plans to impose duties on pork from the United States


In response to Washington's actions.

 Mexican authorities plan to impose duties on pork imports from the U.S. in response to the illegal us tariffs on steel and aluminium, Reuters reported, citing two sources.

According to the publication, Mexico impose duties of 20% on U.S. pork hams and blades, which account for about 90% of the annual import of over us $1 billion However, the government has not yet commented on this information.

We will remind, since June 1, the United States imposed tariffs on steel imports (25%) and aluminium (10%) from the European Union, Canada and Mexico. The European Commission has promised to give a harsh response to US actions.


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